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progress for our state. it will take all of us coming together, all of our ideas, all of our energy, but that's always been the new hampshire way. [ cheers and applause ] >> jennifer: well, that's new hampshire's governor elect, maggie hassan at her victory speech on tuesday night. and next year she will be the nation's only female democratic governor. new hampshire voters made an interesting bit of history this week, because they el elected the first, all-women delegation to washington. senator jean chaking, and another senator, and then two other women in the house. tonight i'm actually go pleased to be able to welcome maggie hassan into "the war room." maggie so glad to have you, and congratulations on your wig win. >> thank you so much. it's great to be with you. >> all right. now new hampshire comes across as this macho -- to those outside of new hampshire, this macho live free or die state. and yet you are the only female democratic governor. is there a grand plan at work here? >> well, there is a long history and tuition of community participation at all l
at jobs for example, creating clean-energy jobs in urban areas. he has got to pass legislation to be able to do that. the question is can he get that done? >> i think he can. if you are talking about building infrastructure jobs that will help black males, that is something that the nature of labor agree on. >> jennifer: right. and there should be bipartisan support on that. >> there should be. but we have to seize the jobs and there must be a commitment to doing that. >> jennifer: can we get republican support for addressing that in urban areas, and that will be the question of the president's leadership in the second term. you guys thank you so much for being here. christine and keli it's a good day in the kingdom, we'll say. up next karl rove promised the balance of power and then he took their (vo) cenk uygur is many things. >>oh really? >>"if you ever raise taxes on >>the rich, you're going to destroy our economy." not true! what we need are people prepared for the careers of our new economy. by 2025 we could have 20 million jobs without enough college g
to work on obviously clean energy jobs. he knows he's going to have to compromise though to get anything through the republican house. the question was going to be how much will the republicans be willing to compromise with him? now, an nbc news "wall street journal" poll from late october shows that 75% of americans want congress to compromise on the budget deficit. only 15% say that congress should stick to their guns. on the heels of the election, the president does have significant leverage. the progressive community is going to be eagerly watching to see how he uses that leverage. so with us now to look ahead to the president's second term agenda is democratic pollster john whaley from hart research. his data shows how much wiggle room the public is going to give the president and "san francisco chronicle" reporter joe garofoli is looking into the challenges congress and the democratic base could face in the second term. gentlemen, so glad to have you back. >> good to be here. >> jennifer: after the big event, it
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